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Simon DeSmet

I don’t wanna grow up... How do you transform an old carpet factory into a cosy family home? The answer comes from Simon De Smet, interior designer


Liesbet Goetschalckx/GAP Interiors

Feature No:   1581 

Qty of Images:    37 


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Simon and his wife were –like most couples with young children- looking for a house with more space and the possibility to be nearer to the children. But where do you find a single storey house for a reasonable price? The answer came out of the blue when a carpet factory was being sold in the neighbourhood. The building was not in great state , but the floor space at four hundred and fifty metre square, offered great perspective! The building went back to 1970 and had not changed for the last 40 years. So it was in a poor state, but it didn’t need a lot of work to clear up the entire space. And that was Simon’s purpose: besides an office for his work, he wanted a big and open loft with a view to the garden. Bed- and bathrooms would be accommodated in “boxes”, an original and affordable solution.



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